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Arthur Byne

Arthur Byne, American architect, author, painter. Member Architectural League (New York); member American International Assurance.

Background

  • Byne, Arthur was born on September 25, 1883 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of William A. and Ann (Klauder) Byne.

  • Education

    • Graduate School of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1905. Student American Academy in Rome, 1906-1907.

    Career

    • Designer with Howells & Stokes, New York City, 1908-1914. Curator of Museum of Hispanic Society America, 1914-1918. Lived in Spain, since 1916.

      Exhibited water colors, New York and Madrid. Silver medal, San Francisco Exposition, 1915. Gran Cruz del Merito Militar (Spain).

    Works

    • Author: (with wife) Spanish Ironwork, 1914. Rejeria of the Spanish Renaissance, 1915. Spanish Architecture of the Sixteenth Century, 1916.

      Decorated Wooden Ceilings in Spain, 1917. Spanish Interiors and Furniture, 1920, 28. Provincial Houses in Spain, 1924.

      Spanish Gardens and Patios, 1924. Majorcan Houses and Gardens, 1928.

    Membership

    Member Architectural League (New York). Member American International Assurance.

    Connections

    • Married Mildred Stapley, 1910.
    • father: William A. Byne
    • mother: Ann (Klauder) Byne
    • spouse: Mildred Stapley
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    Born September 25, 1883
    Died July, 1935
    (aged 51)
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